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The Greek parliament approved an austerity budget early on Thursday that aims to slash the country’s deficit to 7.4 per cent of gross domestic product in 2011 from a projected 9.6 per cent in 2010.
The budget was passed to secure future disbursements from the €110bn EU-IMF package and contains tax rises and spending cuts, amounting to €14bn ($18.3bn).
Originally posted by kwakakev
Good news. Still lots of problems but they are moving in the right direction.
The IMF has laid to waste every country they have ever dealt with.
alot of people in Greece are agaisnt the Austerity Budget.